Some articles on equivalent:
... Here are the (approximately) equivalent sounds using familiar English words and the IPA Spelling Sound (IPA) English equivalent a aː ~ a like the "a" in father c tʃ ~ ts like the "ch" in such or the "ts ... vowel sequences, whose spellings match their phonetic makeup Spelling Sound (IPA) English equivalent eu iʊ similar to the exclamation "ew!" ...
... Nowadays used as an equivalent for Mister, with Nang Sao (นางสาว) the equivalent of Miss and Nang (นาง) the equivalent of Mrs ...
... the Carbon Reduction Commitment companies can also demonstrate early action through an 'equivalent mark' Carbon Trust Equivalent Scheme Document ...
... Equivalent weight (also known as gram equivalent) is a term which has been used in several contexts in chemistry ... In its most general usage, it is the mass of one equivalent, that is the mass of a given substance which will supply or react with one mole of hydrogen cations H+ in an acid–base ... Equivalent weight has the dimensions and units of mass, unlike atomic weight, which is dimensionless ...
... flag rank in 1932, being promoted to contrammiraglio (equivalent to commodore) and was promoted again to ammiraglio di divisione (equivalent to rear admiral) in 1934 ... Campioni was promoted to ammiraglio di squadra (equivalent to vice admiral) in 1936 and in 1938 he assumed the post of Deputy Chief of Staff of the Navy ...
More definitions of "equivalent":
- (noun): A person or thing equal to another in value or measure or force or effect or significance etc.
Example: "Send two dollars or the equivalent in stamps"
- (noun): The atomic weight of an element that has the same combining capacity as a given weight of another element; the standard is 8 for oxygen.
Synonyms: equivalent weight, combining weight, eq
Famous quotes containing the word equivalent:
“Nobody can deny but religion is a comfort to the distressed, a cordial to the sick, and sometimes a restraint on the wicked; therefore whoever would argue or laugh it out of the world without giving some equivalent for it ought to be treated as a common enemy.”
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